28 April 2017

Arkansas Showed It Can Execute Criminals Easily

Death Row
The state of Arkansas in the United States showed how to save the taxpayers money by giving two inmates lethal injections on the same gurney. Both were executed about three hours apart as Arkansas completed the nation's first double execution since 2000, just days after the state ended a nearly 12-year hiatus on administering capital punishment.

While the first inmate, Jack Jones, 52, was executed on schedule, shortly after 7 P.M., attorneys for the second, Marcel Williams, 46, convinced a federal judge minutes later to briefly delay his execution over concerns about how the earlier one was carried out. They claimed Jones "was moving his lips and gulping for air," an account the state's attorney general denied, but the judge lifted her stay about an hour later and Williams was pronounced dead at 10:33 P.M.

25 April 2017

U.S. ICE Finally Steps Up Arrests Of Illegals

Illegal Immigrants
As most Americans expected, President Donald Trump is bent on delivering on one of the core promises he made during the campaign which got him elected: to arrest illegals and ensure that they face the fall brunt of the law.

New data obtained by the Washington Post's Maria Sacchetti show that during the first several weeks of the Trump administration (through 13 March), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested 21,362 illegal immigrants — including more than 15,00 with criminal records that can stretch forever.

24 April 2017

American Truth Won Over Alinsky's Belief

Saul Alinsky
Saul David Alinsky (1909-1972) was considered as the founder of modern America’s community organizing. And, according to James Walsh of NewsMax, Alinsky has had more effect on American political policies in the 21st century via the Democratic Party and President Barrack Obama's administration than any other American.

Walsh added that President Obama and Hillary Clinton are examples of Alinsky’s adroit ability to mainstream his ideas and rules for socialist change through political personages. Obama, and to a lesser degree Clinton, had and do have an impact on the change of America’s heritage, ethos, racial relations, and political discourse.

22 April 2017

Target Paying the Price For Not Heeding Its Majority Customers

Target
After all that was said and done and after all the posturing and bravado from the supermarket giant, Target, it now became clear that catering to the demands from transgenders for access to bathrooms that they like has tremendous cost.

The single post last year that publicized a policy that said transgender customers were welcome to use the bathroom or fitting room that matched their gender identity, triggered a nationwide boycott.

19 April 2017

Pres. Duterte is TIME's Most Influential

Pres. Rodrigo Duterte
It may not be the first, but for now, the Philippines is proud to have their President, Rodrigo Duterte, winning the 2017 Time 100 poll, the magazine's list of the world's most influential people as voted on by readers.

Time said Duterte consistently led the survey, which ended last 16 April. Duterte concluded with a total of 5 percent of votes. His nearest competitor had 3 percent of votes.